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Welcome to Texas Zero Waste Strategies (TZWS), the premiere Zero Waste consulting
company to help your business down the path to resource savings. 

Zero Waste (...or darn close) is globally defined as a goal that is ethical, economical, 
efficient and visionary, to guide people in changing their lifestyles and practices to 
emulate sustainable natural cycles where all discarded materials are designed to 
become resources for others to use.

At Texas Zero Waste Strategies, our goal is to assist your business in saving financial
and material resources by maintaining alignment with local waste, recycling and 
composting policies, averting fines levied by the government for non-compliance, 
building long-term, sustainable business practices and boosting the visibility and 
reputation of companies daring to "Go Zero".

Implementing Zero Waste brings economic vitality, diverse job streams and tax savings
to residents and businesses. 






"The Path To Resource Savings"
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ZERO WASTE COMPANIES
Anheuser-Bush
Apple
Bank of America
Boeing
Caterpillar
Du Pont
Epson, Inc.
Frito-Lay/General Mills
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard
Honda Motor
Proctor & Gamble
Subaru
Toyota
U.S. Army
Walt Disney
Wal-Mart
Xerox
ZERO WASTE COMMUNITIES
Atlanta, GA
Austin, TX
Berkeley, CA
Burbank, CA
Boulder County, CO
Charleston, NC
Central Vermont
Del Norte County, CA
Kaua’i, HI
New York City, NY (citizen coalition)
Oakland, CA
Portland, OR
San Antonio, TX
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
San Luis Obispo, CA
Santa Cruz, CA
Seattle, WA
Summit County, CO

ZERO WASTE UNIVERSITIES
American University
Appalachian State University
Arizona State University
Colorado University
Concordia Univeristy
CSU Chico
Humboldt University
Naropa University
Ohio State University (stadium)
UMass Boston (dining)
University of California
University of California, Davis
University of Florida
University of Missouri
University of Oregon
University of Vermont
Virginia Commonwealth University

Here are some examples of those that have already gone "Zero Waste"